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Amino Acid, Glutamine, Impact, Rehab -

Glutamine is the most abundant naturally occurring, nonessential amino acid in the human body, and one of the few amino acids that can directly cross the blood–brain barrier.

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You may be familiar with many of the popular sources for carbohydrates used post workout or intra workout such as high branched cyclic dextrin, maltodextrin, waxy maize, etc.. A new form of carbohydrate breaking on to the scene that is fast acting and very easy to digest. While these carbohydrates do a great job of shuttling nutrients into the muscle cells and replenish glycogen they cause an insulin spike, leaving you feeling lethargic and tired. Carb 10 offers all of the great properties of the others with more. However, there is no insulin spike. Over the years the thought that...

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Leucine the powerhouse Amino Acid found in I-Prevail Impact Amino and I-Prevail Rehab.

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Fat Burner, Metabolic, T2 Rise -

Among the endocrine factors able to regulate energy metabolism and body weight, thyroid hormones (THs) play important roles. 3,5,3'-triiodothyronine (T3) increases metabolic rate, leads to cholesterol reduction and loss, loss of body weight and adiposity by increasing respiration and energy expenditure and by lowering metabolic efficiency. Because of these effects, T3 was previously tested as an anti-obesity and hypolipidemic agent. The development of TH derivatives that retain lipid-lowering and anti-obesity efficacy while lack cardiovascular side effects would represent a potentially valuable therapeutic tool for the reduction of some important risk factors. Many laboratories have demonstrated metabolic effects of 3,5-diiodo-L-thyronine (3,5-T2),...

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Carb10, Essential Amino Acids, Glutamine, Intra and Post Recovery, Leucine, Muscle Gains, Ornithine, Protein, Pterostilbene, Rehab -

Rehab Intra/Recovery Formula with Leucine, and all other Essential Amino Acids, Ornithine, Glutamine, Carb 10 and Pterostilbene (insulin substitute and anti-oxidant). The study by the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN) states consumption of 3-4 grams of leucine is needed to promote maximum protein synthesis. A combination of fast-acting carbohydrate source should be consumed with the protein source, as leucine cannot modulate protein synthesis as effectively without the presence of insulin. Such supplement Intra/Post workout would be most effective in increasing muscle protein synthesis, resulting in greater muscle hypertrophy and strength.

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